Chinese

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3 months 3 weeks ago
The tangram (Chinese: 七巧板; pinyin: qīqiǎobǎn; literally: 'seven boards of skill') is a dissection puzzle consisting of seven flat shapes, called tans, which are put together to form shapes. The objective of the puzzle is to form a certain shape (given only an outline or silhouette) using all seven pieces, which can not overlap. It is reputed to have been invented in China during the Song Dynasty,[1] and then carried over to Europe by trading ships in the early 19th century. It became very popular in Europe for a time then, and then again during World War I. It is one of the most popular dissection puzzles in the world.[2][3] A Chinese psychologist has termed the tangram "the earliest psychological test in the world".
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Students can understand a conversation about the conditions of a room or house. Students can describe the layout of a house. Students can understand where a certain place is located. Students can comprehend room names in a house. Students can comprehend furniture in a house. Students can write furniture items and other room objects in addition to explaining where they are located. Students can write about the conditions of a room. Students can identify and write the following characters: 房、客厅、饭、厨房、卧室、间、厕所、床、桌、椅、旁边、对面、楼
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Interpretive Reading & Listening Ss. can master the words of body parts头,头发,脸,眼睛,鼻子,嘴巴,耳朵,眉毛,手,脚 Interpersonal Communication Ss. can ask and answer using the following sentence patterns. 1.-_-_头在哪里? -_-_头在这里。 2 _-_-_头发在哪里? _ -_-_头发在这里。 _3_-_-_眼睛在哪里? -_-_眼睛在这里。 4 _-_-_鼻子在哪里? -_-_鼻子在这里。 5 _-_-_耳朵在哪里? _ -_-_耳朵在这里。 6 _-_-_脚在哪里? _ -_-_脚在这里。 Presentational Speaking & Writing 1.Ss. can tell about body pares 2. Ss. can ask and answer the questions about where a body part is. Interpersonal Communication Ss. can ask and answer the questions about where a body part is. Comparison Ss. can compare and contrast how to say body parts in Chinese and English. Culture Chinese people like to use four-character idioms about body parts to mean something very special which has nothing with body parts, such as 头重脚轻(top-heavy and light headed), 目不转睛(staring), 掩耳盗铃hiding one's ears to pretend nobody knows he is stealing.)
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1. Students will be able to recognize and say vocabulary of sports, tennis, baseball, basketball, football, pingpang, badminton, play, kick, soccer, sometimes, often, ,jianzi, taichi 2. Students will be able to ask Ni xihuan shen me yundong? 3. Students will be able to respond I like soccer or I like to play soccer.
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While everyone's staying at home, pets seems to be the easist topic for students to talk about.
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By the end of this lesson, students will be able to 1. Know about 清明Qingming Festival: when, why, what people do and introduce the festival to parents; 2. Say the words Qingming清明 in Mandarin; 3. Write the two characters 清明; 4. Draw a picture about the festival.
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During virtual teaching, I try to figure out some ways to teach the students vocabulary online.
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1. Ss can understand what this festival means in Chinese culture 2. Ss can also understand what significance it has this year for Chinese people in face of the Corona crisis
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Students will be able to: 1. Sing a Chinese birthday song; 2. Ask and respond to questions about age and birthday in Chinese; 3. Make a short presentation about classmates' age and birthdays. 4. Recognize different birthday tradition in different cultures; 5. Write 生日快乐(Happy birthday) on a hand-made birthday card.
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1. The Ss know 15 symbols in China; 2. The Ss know language, population, people, map, etc. 3. The Ss know how to take a tour of China.

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